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FRANÇAFRIQUE

Does the Franc CFA affects the People of the Franc Zone in Africa ?

TV RAI TG3Mondo

International News Program in Italy

https://www.raiplay.it/programmi/tg3mondo/

Journalist : Ms. Maria Cuffaro (MC)

On air every Saturday and Sunday at 11.00 p.m. on RAITRE

Guest: Dr Yves Ekoué AMAÏZO (YEA)

Director Afrocentricity Think Tank, Expert on Africa Economics and Migration

Technical services : Ms Valentino Tocchi.

Interviewed on:

Thursday 31st January 2019. Recording 5:20 P.M.

Available on air on 2nd and 3rd of February 2019.

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Issue: Africa in 2019: Colonial Franc, Economy, Elections, African People

Subject: Does the Franc CFA affects the People of the Plus >

neoliberalism

Towards New Developmentalism : Market as Means rather than Master

Edited by Shahrukh Rafi Khan and Jens Christiansen Publisher : Routledge (http://www.routledgeeconomics.com/books/Towards-New-Developmentalism-isbn9780415779845) $US 145 NEW BOOK (available as of 1st August 2010) About the Book

Neo-liberalism has dominated academic debates and policy choices concerning economic development since the early 1980s. Although this approach has been vigorously critiqued from different perspectives, these critiques have not coalesced into a recognizable alternative in the development economics literature. The main objective of this book is to formulate and name an Plus >

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Africa’s Alternative Response to the Global Financial Crisis (Slideshow)

COALITION FOR DIALOGUE ON AFRICA (CoDA) 2009

Slideshow

Dr. Yves Ekoué AMAÏZO, Expert on Financial Architecture

Prepared for CoDA Conference, Tunis, 28 November 2009

One of the four-fold priorities of CoDA : “Africa’s Response to the Global Financial crisis”

KEY MESSAGES

Africa is suffering from the direct consequences of an exogenous crisis linked to excess deregulation and organization of wealth creation disconnected from production and the real economy. Through its prudent macro-economic management and the weakness of its financial infrastructure, Africa very scarcely operates on the Plus >

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Africa’s Alternative Response to the Global Financial Crisis

COALITION FOR DIALOGUE ON AFRICA (CoDA) 2009

Discussion Note

Dr. Yves Ekoué AMAÏZO, Expert on Financial Architecture

Prepared for CoDA Conference, Tunis, 28 November 2009

One of the four-fold priorities of CoDA : “Africa’s Response to the Global Financial crisis”

ABSTRACT

The Coalition for Dialogue on Africa (CoDA) offers an alternative perspective on the responses to the consequences of the 2008 financial crisis in Africa. The paradigm of economic and financial dependency can no longer adequately explain the complexity of a systemic crisis facing African Nations. The under-mentioned Plus >

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The Economics of Failed, Failing and Fragile States

Productive Structure as the missing link

Theme of the Conference : “Cascading fragilities”, Organized by The Other Canon: Oslo, 26 June 2009, Voksenaasen Hotel

Authors of the paper : Prof. Erik S. Reinert, The Other Canon Foundation & Tallinn University of  Technology | Dr. Yves Ekoué Amaïzo, Director of the Think Tank “Afrology” | Prof. Rainer Kattel, Tallinn University of Technology

The world is experiencing an important number of countries which are qualified as failed, failing or fragile States. One of the characteristics of poor countries lies in both the unhealthy governance provided Plus >

G8 2005 Gleneagles

After G8 Gleneagles Summit : The Rhetoric of Commitments for Africa

The G 8 Gleneagles Summit (7-8 July 2005 in Scotland) was preceded by an unprecedented worldwide hope that leaders of the G 8 rich countries will deliver more than hope. Expectations from the international civil society and from African populations were just too high. Cancellation of the reported $ US 218,4 millions[1] of the total debt stocks of sub-Saharan African countries did not occur even if according to the 2005 Development index, poverty reduction is not just about flows of money[2]. The Prime Minister Tony Blair summing-up the G 8 meeting said: “It isn’t all everyone wanted, but it Plus >

Global Value Chain

Global Value Chains and Production Networks : Promoting Capability formation in South Africa

Discussion paper

UNITED NATIONS INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT ORGANIZATION

DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND INDUSTRY, SOUTH AFRICA

Strategic Research and Economics Branch

Programme Coordination and Field Operations Division

Dr. Yves Ekoué Amaïzo

DTI – UNIDO Competitiveness Conference,

Sheraton Hotel, Pretoria, South Africa, 7-11 June 2004

Acknowledgement

The author wishes to thank Helmut Forstner and Bernard NG, Strategist Economists in the Strategic Research and Economics Branch in UNIDO for their suggestions as well as to Ms. Elise Nambili, Mr. Ivohasina Razafimahera, Mr. Jules Tapsoba, UNIDO Plus >

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